Graphic artist M. C. Escher produced many famous etchings depicting seemingly impossible three dimensional situations. Now they’ve been 3D printed.
Objet just put out a new video they’ve created on MIT’s Neri Oxman’s May 2012 exhibit entitled ‘Imaginary Beings, Mythologies of the Not Yet’ at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
Bathsheba Grossman is one of the most renowned artists in the world of 3D printing today; her sculptures have changed the way we look at art, geometry, and symmetry.
Architect Michael Hansmeyer uses an algorithm to design outrageously unique, complex shapes, which will soon be 3D printed into architectural forms.
The new animated film called ParaNorman, is the first stop-motion film to have its characters created by a 3D printer.
Contributing author Chris Waldo shares with us his top 12 “functional” models that were 3D printed. These are 12 videos that are sure to entertain you.
Mark Frauenfelder is Editor-in-Chief of MAKE magazine, interviews artist Kevin Mack about how he is using 3D printing to create his mathematical art.
Here is an interesting and fun list of things created through 3D printing which “defy” the rules of traditional manufacturing.
Bathsheba Grossman’s super-sized Rygo was printed by Enrico Dini’s massive D-Shape printer in Italy, and is the largest 3D print in America.